Radisson Seven Seas

Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A

Radisson Seven Seas is known today as Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The company was purchased by an investment group called Apollo Management in 2008 for $1 billion and the company is headquartered today in Miami, Florida. Apollo Management Group also owns 50 percent of Norwegian Cruise Line, as well as 100 percent of Oceania Cruises.

Radisson Seven Seas vessels travel to more than 300 ports worldwide and the cruise line markets itself as a luxury ship that features boats with a smaller number of passengers. Its cruises are all-inclusive, and even alcoholic beverages and most shore excursions are generally included as part of the cruise line’s base pricing. Because the company offers these shore excursions, it may be responsible for the safety of passengers and crew both onboard its vessels and at port. If problems arise, a maritime lawyer at Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. should be consulted to provide assistance.

Radisson Seven Seas’ Fleet

There are currently four cruise liners that are part of the Radisson Seven Seas fleet, and another ship is expected to come into service in 2020. The four cruise liners that are currently operational include:

  • The Seven Seas Navigator
  • The Seven Seas Voyager
  • The Seven Seas Mariner
  • The Seven Seas Explorer

The Seven Seas Explorer entered service in July of 2016.  The Navigator and Voyager were also refurbished in 2016 and the Mariner was refurbished in 2014 and is expected to be refurbished again in 2017.  While the fleet is being kept modernized through regular upgrades, issues still can and do arise aboard Radisson vessels.

Cases Against Radisson Seven Seas

Radisson Seven Seas has experienced problems aboard its ships that have caused harm to passengers and to crew members.  The company has faced lawsuits based on serious accusations including an accusation of medical negligence on the part of the ships doctors. The Wall Street Journal reported on a 2003 incident in which a retired railroad sales manager aboard the Radisson Seven Seas’ Navigator was told over three weeks that his persistent chest pain was bad indigestion.  Two days prior to the end of the luxury cruise, the 76-year-old passenger suffered a fatal heart attack.

Since changing its name to Regent Seven Seas, problems have continued and Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. has filed claims on behalf of injured victims including:

These are just a few of many examples in which cases have arisen against Radisson Seven Seas and been handled by Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. When problems arise, victims need to consult with an experienced legal professional who can help obtain evidence and navigate the complexities of suing for incidents at sea.

Contact LMAW If You’re Hurt Aboard a Cruise Ship

If you have suffered harm on any Radisson Seven Seas vessel, Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. is here to help you. We represent passengers and crew members injured aboard cruise ships not just operated by Radisson Seven Seas, but also those operated by the largest cruise lines across the globe. To learn more, contact us today at 877-233-1238 or reach out online to speak with an experienced lawyer.